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Reviewed On: 12/02/2013
I don't know if I did something wrong but I purchased about 8 of these to install on two violins. I don't if I did it wrong because they cut through two of my new stings in the first month, maybe the strings had issues but I was a little worried so I removed them from my violin. I looked at them and tried to sand off any sharp edges. I have reinstalled them and they seem to be doing okay for now, I wish I knew If I did something wrong or how to fix this problem for sure.
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Asked On: 09/30/2018
Hello Margaret! These string adjusters come with a silver finish. Let us know if you have any other questions!
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Asked On: 12/16/2017
Yes, this string adjuster works with ball end strings. Please let us know if you have any other questions.
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Asked On: 11/18/2017
Hi Evelyn! 2-prong fine tuners tend to fit steel strings better than synthetics (which are usually thicker). To install synthetic core strings in these fine tuners, you may have to carefully bend the prongs apart a bit with a small screwdriver or knife. These fine tuners will work fine once they've widened the prongs just a little bit. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact us directly at 1-800-248-7427.
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Asked On: 07/18/2016
Hi Nora! In general, any fine tuner (also known as string adjuster) that was designed for 4/4 size will also fit a 3/4 size violin. There might be exceptions here and there, depending on the shape of your particular instrument, but in general any fine tuner meant for a full size will work just fine for a 3/4 size. You'll find fine tuners on our website under the "Accessories" tab and then click on "SHAR Workshop" or visit http://www.sharmusic.com/Accessories/SHAR-Workshop/. Thanks for your question!
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